Organizational Diversity And Cultural Diversity

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The hindrance of cultural struggles that encompass aspects of career growth may be the main reason there are different levels of organizational workforce satisfaction. Even though women have a much greater likelihood of leaving their position, current organization, the organizational cultural differences build high turnover rates. The cultural obstacles preventing occupational development and growth are the prime accounts used when women of all ages are dissatisfied and leaving a position (Cox & Blake, 1991). Additionally, when organizations do not change the culture successfully, the competitive advantage of the organizational may produce a substantial disadvantage. Organizational cultural diversity is not restricted to the United States, but, companies from around the globe are embracing an organizational culture that positively affects their consumers (Cox & Blake, 1991). Adding diversity and cultural diversity to any organization will add value to the organization. Creativity and innovations are the product of a positive organizational culture. Creating a comprehensive experience base to approach any organizational problem spurs an organizational decision-making and problem-solving culture. While a flexible intellectual structure appears to be likely within minorities and women of an organization, the fact both also have the capacity to outshine and out-performance within a flexible organizational culture (Cox & Blake, 1991). Keeping the organizational
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